With the publication date for the second round of gender pay gap reports fast approaching, it's a good time for employers to reflect on the first year of gender pay gap reporting, whilst focusing on finalising their reports and actions plan for the year ahead.


In the first article of a two-part series, Amanda Steadman, Principal Knowledge Lawyer in the Employment, Incentives and Immigration Group, considers the lessons to be learned from the first year of reporting.  Amanda looks into what we can learn from the latest research and guidance, as well as from our experience of guiding clients through the process.  

In the second article, Amanda considers how to produce a compelling report and what measures will be most effective in helping close the gap over the longer term.

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Amanda Steadman

Principal Knowledge Lawyer, Employment
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